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1 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 1 IEEE P WPAN SG Wireless Personal Area Network Guidelines

2 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 2 Contents Summary December 2, 1997 Cleveland, OH January 15, 1998 Memphis, TN March 10, 1998 Irvine, CA April 9, 1998 Cambridge, MA “Current” - May 6, 1998 Utrecht, NL “New” - May 19, 1998 Irving, TX

3 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 3 Summary The following slides are a compilation of the Wearables Ad Hoc Committee and IEEE WPAN Study Group discussing the Functional Requirements for WPANs. This document is a work in process and as such refer to the slides marked “Current” to determine the latest Guidelines.

4 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 4 Cleveland, OH 12/2/97 Application Matrix

5 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 5 Memphis, TN 1/15/98 Functional Requirements Power Management: Low current consumption Range: 0-10 meters Speed: Kbps (actual) Small Size e.g., ~.5 cubic inches no antenna Low Cost: i.e., relative to target device Should allow overlap of multiple networks in the same area Networking support for a minimum of sixteen devices

6 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 6 Irvine, CA 3/9/98 Functional Requirements Mobility: 0-10mph Power Management: Very Low current consumption Range: 0-10 meters Speed: Kbps (actual) Small Size e.g., ~.5 cubic inches no antenna Low Cost: i.e., relative to target device Should allow overlap of multiple networks in the same area Networking support for a minimum of sixteen devices

7 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 7 Irvine, CA 3/10/98 Environmental Requirements Power Management: Very Low current consumption –Average 10/90 or less Small Size e.g., ~.5 cubic inches w/o antenna Low Cost: i.e., relative to target device

8 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 8 Irvine, CA 3/10/98 Functional Requirements WPAN Range: 0-10 meters Mobility: 0-10mph (no roaming to another PAN) Effective Data Rate at the MAC SAP: ( ) kbit/s (actual 1 device to 1 device) Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless PAN’s in the same area (20 within 400 square feet) Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless Systems i.e. P in the same area Networking support for a minimum of 16 devices Bridge or Gateway connectivity to other data networks

9 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 9 Cambridge, MA 4/9/98 WPAN Guidelines Environmental Power Management: Very Low current consumption –Average 10/90 or less Small Size e.g., ~.5 cubic inches –excludes antenna & battery Low Cost: i.e., relative to target device

10 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 10 Cambridge, MA 4/9/98 WPAN Guidelines Technical Range: 0-10 meters Mobility: 0-10mph (hand-off not required to another PAN) Effective Data Rate at the MAC SAP: ( ) kbit/s (actual 1 device to 1 device) Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless PAN’s in the same area (20 within 400 square feet) Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless Systems i.e. P in the same area Networking support for a minimum of 16 devices Bridge or Gateway connectivity to other data networks

11 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 11 Current WPAN Guidelines Sorted ABC’s A –WPANs will seek worldwide spectrum allocations for unlicensed bands e.g., 2.4GHz –Low Cost: i.e., relative to target device –Small Size e.g., ~.5 cubic inches excludes antenna & battery –Power Management: Very Low current consumption Average 10/90 or less –Data –Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless PAN’s in the same area (20 within 400 square feet) –Should allow coexistence of multiple Wireless Systems i.e. P in the same area –WPAN Network Access Control

12 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 12 Current WPAN Guidelines Sorted ABC’s B –Delivered Data Throughput at the MAC SAP: ( ) kbit/s (actual 1 device to 1 device) –All devices within a WPAN must be able to communicate with each other –Networking support for a minimum of 16 devices –Voice –Range: 0-10 meters –Attach: within one (1) second, once within range –Bridge or Gateway connectivity to other data networks

13 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 13 Current WPAN Guidelines Sorted ABC’s C –No single element of failure –Video –Roaming: hand-off to another PAN

14 doc.: IEEE /160r2 Submission May 1998 Ian Gifford, M/A-COMSlide 14 New Guidelines WPAN Density: 1 WPAN in 2 square meters, average density at acceptable [TBD] performance levels Power Consumption: Each WPAN Device will consume <20 mW long term average [TBD] given a 10% TxRx load in the WPAN


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